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China’s Tariffs on Australian Barley: Coercion, Protectionism, or Both?  
June 19, 2020

China’s Tariffs on Australian Barley: Coercion, Protectionism, or Both?  

By Scott Waldron
The Chinese anti-dumping tariffs on Australian barley have been widely interpreted as revenge for Australia’s call for a COVID-19 investigation. But there are other factors at play.
Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions
June 18, 2020

Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions

By Joshua Mcdonald
Despite distrust among the general public of “globalism” and international institutions, Canberra affirmed its commitment to multilateral diplomacy.

Australia Aims to Combat Disinformation
June 17, 2020

Australia Aims to Combat Disinformation

By Grant Wyeth
A new taskforce underlines Canberra’s efforts to push back again Chinese disinformation, in particular.

Australia’s Unsung COVID-19 Heroes: The Diplomats
June 16, 2020

Australia’s Unsung COVID-19 Heroes: The Diplomats

By Melissa Conley Tyler and Pravin Silva
The pandemic has changed the way Australia’s diplomats engage with Asia.

Amid Escalating Tension With China, Australia and India Strengthen Partnership
June 12, 2020

Amid Escalating Tension With China, Australia and India Strengthen Partnership

By Joshua Mcdonald
A new Australia-India agreement is a sign of regional cooperation to halt Chinese aggression across the Asia-Pacific.
India and Australia’s ‘Shared Vision’: Setting the Stage for Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Engagement
June 11, 2020

India and Australia’s ‘Shared Vision’: Setting the Stage for Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Engagement

By Ankush Wagle
We are seeing the first steps toward a deeper India-Australia maritime security partnership in the Indo-Pacific.

Time for Australia to Say ‘Indigenous Lives Matter’
June 11, 2020

Time for Australia to Say ‘Indigenous Lives Matter’

By Pascale Hunt
As in the United States, there are structural and cultural aspects to racial violence in Australia.
Why the Compacts of Free Association Matter to Washington
June 09, 2020

Why the Compacts of Free Association Matter to Washington

By Grant Wyeth
With its eyes on China, the United States seeks to reaffirm its presence in the western Pacific.

Pacific Island Leaders Weigh Trans-Pacific Bubble With Australia and New Zealand
June 05, 2020

Pacific Island Leaders Weigh Trans-Pacific Bubble With Australia and New Zealand

By Joshua Mcdonald
Some Pacific leaders support the proposal, while others have said it's way too soon.

Australia-India Relations: What to Expect From the Modi-Morrison Virtual Summit
June 03, 2020

Australia-India Relations: What to Expect From the Modi-Morrison Virtual Summit

By Shristi Pukhrem and Siddharth Singh
The June 4 meeting will be a chance to further a natural partnership.

What Changes in Hong Kong Could Mean for Australia
May 27, 2020

What Changes in Hong Kong Could Mean for Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Countries like Australia need to prepare themselves for the consequences of the shifting reality in Hong Kong.
US Weighs in on Australia’s BRI Controversy Amid State and Federal Divide
May 27, 2020

US Weighs in on Australia’s BRI Controversy Amid State and Federal Divide

By Joshua Mcdonald
U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo inserted himself into an ongoing dispute between the Australian federal government and the state of Victoria over China’s BRI.

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